The p-i did not have the once-traditional Sunday book pages – the Seattle Times produced almost all of the Sunday edition.
In fact, the p-i Globe is standing on the waterfront, and people are shocked that it will one day be taken away.
Greek letter, from Hebrew, literally "little mouth." As the name of the mathematical constant, from 1841 in English, used in Latin 1748 by Swiss mathematician Leonhart Euler (1707-1783), as an abbreviation of Greek periphereia "periphery." For the meaning "printer's term for mixed type," see pie (3).
pi (pī)
n. pl. pis
Symbol π The 16th letter of the Greek alphabet.
pI (pē'ī')
n.
The pH value for the isoelectric point of a given substance in solution.
The irrational number obtained by dividing the length of the diameter of a circle into its circumference. Pi is approximately 3.1416. The sign for pi is π.
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